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Land grabs threaten all

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This is a high-stakes game, with violent confrontation an ever-present danger. Land grabs will not be tolerated. At least, this is the message that has

Cadre deployment the ‘original state capture’

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Municipalities were meant to be the lynchpin of the ruling party’s plans for the country, but they are often the very exemplar of what is

Go and see for yourself

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Complacency is not an option – the seriousness of the threat posed by expropriation without compensation (EWC) must be faced squarely. The Institute of Race

Where economic freedom fails, political freedom follows close behind

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Zimbabwe is not issuing passports anymore, at least not many of them – because of a shortage of paper and ink. Prioity in issuing new

Land reform – less about land than governance

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This is the IRR’s response to a New York Times article last month – ‘Why South Africa Can’t Avoid Land Reforms’ – which the newspaper

EWC: it’s back….

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There may have been some who dared to hope that President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address meant that Expropriation without Compensation (EWC) was

Navigating the Challenges of Contemporary South Africa

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This article is the text of the speech given by Terence Corrigan, Project Manager at the IRR, to the Annual General Meeting of the IRR

Has the ‘Long Game’ reached its untimely end?

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Today’s State of the Nation Address will be closely watched for indications of South Africa’s future direction More than anything, great attention will be paid

Uniting South Africa – the pragmatic middle is the future

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Working together, South Africa’s multi-hued, moderate, middle-of-the-road pragmatists, committed more to their children’s future than to ideology, can not only stave off the prospect of

Merely a coincidence?

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Current trends and issues which have at their vortex the dreadfully deficient state of South Africa’s economy and the crippled prospects of millions of people